Tuition Tax Credit: Increment of Freedom

May 1978
National Review;5/26/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p636
The article reports on the bill of the United States for tuition tax credits. The House of the United States has been debating over a bill for tuition tax credits. Parents are allowed by the House bill to deduct up to 150 dollars per year for college tuition from the federal taxes. They are also allowed to deduct up to 100 dollars for students in private elementary and secondary schools.


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